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The ukulele kid

October 2, 2015

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By: Kat Lynn If you pay any attention to the people surrounding you in the hallways, chances are you have probably seen or heard Alex Wichterman. You know, the guy with long hair that plays the ukulele. “It definitely draws...

Sculpting Queen

October 1, 2015

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By: Julia Campisano The beauty of art is often viewed at art museums and fairs, but a talented senior brought her talent from home to school. “I’ve always done art at home and I usually made things out of polymer clay,”...

“Battling” the fears

September 17, 2014

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Bryan Battles is not your average senior By Raechel Lites In high school, students walk with their noses glued to phones and ear buds permanently embedded in their ears. They dreadfully make their way through a seemingly neverending cycl...

We all scream for Zesto’s

April 11, 2014

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An inside look on the job of a Zesto’s girl BY Olivia Keller Every little girl who loves ice cream dreams of being a Zesto’s girl…well almost all of them. Zestos has been locally owned and operated since 1951 and it has become a place to come eat when visiting from college...

Senior dedicates time, money to mission trips over the globe

February 7, 2014

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In the last three years, senior Claire Williams has gone above and beyond doing volunteer work out of the country, and is expecting to go on her fourth mission trip this year in March. By Emily Stotts “I like getting out of my comf...

Teacher Badger learned Spanish here at NAHS

December 16, 2013

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Why Teach? Ms. Melissa Badger says that it is one of the most amazing feelings ever to watch her students succeed. By Josie Harris Badger says that a good teacher is one who cares about their students. “One of the things that I th...

Why Teach? NAHS teacher Coffman enlightens us on her passion for teaching

November 4, 2013

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By Josie Harris Why Teach? Psychology and US history teacher Mrs. Sarah Coffman didn’t always want to be a teacher. “My mom and dad have told me my whole life that I should be a teacher, and I didn’t listen to them,” Coff...

Living in the music

October 4, 2013

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By: Kendall Kruer Adam Jackson is no ordinary student. As a senior, Jackson is a local music fanatic. While juggling work, school, and raising a two-year-old rooster named Buzzard, Jackson still finds the time to do what he...

The Underdogs: Duke’s Story

October 3, 2013

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Teenagers get caught up in their own lives and forget about the people that help New Albany function on a day-to-day basis. Here's a look at what life is like for the underdogs of NAHS. You walk into the school and the trash...

Drawing with Digby

September 23, 2013

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Q: My favorite subject in art is… A: Drawing because I can create my drawings how I want them to be. Q: My favorite place to create is.. A: My kitchen because it is very homey and calming. Q: My favorite artist is… ...

Teaching the ways

September 10, 2013

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First year teacher Mr. Goodlett explores the world of teaching while presenting a positive environment and life skills for students....

New kid on the block

September 3, 2013

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Learn five things you may not have know about new teacher Matt Lynch! By Caden Wheat...

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